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     Date Submitted:26-03-2014
     Last Modified:26-03-2014 (07:38)
    Job information
     Current job:Thermal and mechanical test facility engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Launch Systems
     KeywordsTest Engineer, Thermal Test, Mechanical Test, R&D, Fiber optical sensor
    CV
    PERSONAL INFORMATION
    Sex Male | Date of birth 11 July 1983 | Nationality Italian
    POSITION Aerospace engineer
     
    WORK EXPERIENCE
    05 May 2008 – Present Thermal and mechanical test facility engineer
    Thales Alenia Space Rome Italy, Rome (Italy)
    Skills:
    -Test conduction
    - Supervision of all maintenance activities concerning the thermal facilities;
    - Set-up operations;
    - Management of fluidic lines of nitrogen gas;
    - Deep knowledge of cryogenic fluids;
    - Problem solving in facilities emergency;
    - Accelerometers management setup;
    - Training on the job on Acoustic Chamber;
    - Training on the job on Multiple axis shaker;
    Test to which I participated:
    March 2013 O3B Thermal cycling test
    Test Engineer, Rome (Italy)
    2012 Galileo IOV Blank Test
    Test Engineer, Rome (Italy)
    February 2012 Galileo IOV FM3 Thermal Vacuum Test
    Test engineer, Rome (Italy)
    June 2011 Galileo IOV PFM Thermal Vacuum Test
    Test Engineer, Rome (Italy)
    April 2011 Galileo FM2
    Test Engineer, Rome (Italy)
    September 2010 Cygnus Hatch
    Test Engineer, Rome (Italy)
    April 2010 Cosmo FM-4 Thermal Vacuum Test
    Test Engineer, Rome (Italy)
    Globalstar II Spacecraft Constellations
    Test Engineer, Rome (Italy)
    Flight Model Test Number:
    FM3 - FM5 - FM6 - FM8 - FM10 - FM11 - FM12 - FM11_P1 - FM13 - FM11_P2 - FM15-1 - FM15-2 -
    FM16 - FM17 - FM14_P1 - FM18 - FM19 - FM15_P1 - FM18_P1-1 - FM18_P1-2 - FM14_P2 -
    FM17_P1 - FM20 - FM21 - FM22 - FM10_P1 - FM8_P1 - FM23 - FM24 - FM23_P1 - FM24_P1 -
    FM25_P1 - FM22_P1 - FM06_P1 - FM22_P2
    Galileo IOV Blank Test
    Test Engineer, Rome (Italy)
    Galileo IOV FM2 Thermal Balance & Thermal Vacuum Tests
    Test Engineer, Rome (Italy)
    Galileo Rails Shroud Bakeout Testing
    Testin Engineer, Rome (Italy)
    GB2 FM-8/9 Blank Test Repetition
    Test Engineer, Rome (Italy)
    GB2 FM9 Thermal Vacuum Test
    Test Engineer, Rome (Italy)
    GB2 FM-14 Thermal Vacuum Blank Test
    Test Engineer, Rome (Italy)
    GB2 FM-14 Thermal Vacuum Test
    Test Engineer, Rome (Italy)
    GB2 FM-25 Thermal Vacuum Test
    Test Engineer, Rome (Italy)
    GB2 FM-25 Rework Thermal Vacuum Test
    Test Engineer, Rome (Italy)
    GB2 FM-25 Thermal Vacuum Blank Test
    Test Engineer, Rome (Italy)
    GB2 FM-25 Rework Thermal Vacuum Test (1)
    Test Engineer, Rome (Italy)
    GB2 FM-6 Thermal Vacuum Blank Test
    Test Engineer, Rome (Italy)
    GB2 FM-6 Thermal Vacuum Test
    Test Engineer, Rome (Italy)

    2008 – 2009 Test Engineer
    Thales Alenia Space, Rome (Italy)
    I pursued an experimental research project named: "Microwave simulation environment for waveguide routing," concerning the electromagnetic simulation of a waveguide routing with related feasibility studies. The software that we used is “cst microwave studio 2008” (ref. Davide Tallini, M.Sc. application engineer Cst Gmbh)

    2007 Aeronautical Technician
    MAG SAS COMPANY, Campagnano, Rome (Italy)
    Ref. : Eng. Michelangelo Antonelli
    I was involved in structural calculate and assembly of components of an ultralight aircraft. The experience and the results of the internship were published in the monthly specialized magazine "SPORT AVIATION" nr. 107 in February '08 page 50.
     
    EDUCATION AND TRAINING
    2009 Lev. 1 - Degree - Engineer EQF level 7
    University of Rome "La Sapienza", Rome (Italy)
    2002
    Liceo Classico “G. A. Colozza”, Frosolone (Isernia) (Italy)
     
    PERSONAL SKILLS
    Mother tongue(s) italian
    Other language(s) UNDERSTANDING SPEAKING WRITING
    Listening Reading Spoken interaction Spoken production
    English B2 B2 B2 B2 B2
    French B2 B2 B2 B2 B2
    Levels: A1/A2: Basic user - B1/B2: Independent user - C1/C2: Proficient user
    Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
    Communication skills
    - Being open minded;
    - Being assertive;
    - Ability to convey thoughts in a focused and concrete manner;
    Organisational / managerial skills
    - Leadership: currently work in a team of 12 people;
    -Time management: working experience in R&D projects management. The way to manage R&Dprojects is to treat them with the respect: manage them tightly, and insist on time-lines, deadlines, and professional behaviors around effort and reporting.
    Job-related skills
    - Expressing ideas orally to individual or group: i attended some workshops and I presented my ideas in classrooms where there were many people.
    - Imaging new solution: an important thing and have a 360-degree view, I can imagine solutions before they are put on paper. Many creativebreakthroughs occur when attentionis shifted from one angle of a problem to another.
    - Performing numeric analysis and picking out important information:
    Computer skills
    Good knowledge of standard Microsoft Office Tools software, Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop, Fortran, WinCC, Winkratos.
    “European Computer Driving Licence”,conseguita l’11-05-2001, presso l’Associazione Culturale
    “Trend” via Lazio, 71- Campobasso
     
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    Publications September 2010
    IAC 2010 PRAGUE Optical Sensor System Applicability for Spacecraft test

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